Flexible Automation and Intelligent Manufacturing International Conference series has been run in 26 cities in 14 countries in Europe, America and Asia, addressing both technology and management aspects.The 30th FAIM International Conference, FAIM2020, is the milestone of 30 years of continuous presence in the international manufacturing scene. It also signifies a landmark in the Conference’s steering, organisational and scientific standards.
FAIM2020 is hosted by National Technical University of Athens, Greece’s oldest and most prestigious Technical University. School of Mechanical Engineering is a centre of excellence in education and predominantly in research concerning, among others, Manufacturing and Industrial Engineering.
The theme of FAIM2020 is ‘Multiple, complementary and evolving facets of modern manufacturing: holistic synthesis’ pointing to its four thematic pillars underpinned by automation and intelligence streams:
All papers presented at FAIM2020 will be published as ‘gold open-access’ in 'Procedia Manufacturing' (Elsevier), indexed by Scopus and until recently by Thomson Reuters ("Conference Proceedings Citation Index”).
Alternatively, authors may opt for submission to any of two top journals collaborating with FAIM Conference, i.e. ‘Robotics and CIM’, ‘International Journal of Advanced Manufacturing Technology’ following a special ‘fast track’ reviewing process.
In addition, a special issue of ‘International Journal of Computer Integrated Manufacturing’, will accomodate extended versions of selected papers shortly after the Conference.
An excellent Scientific Committee of internationally renowned academics will safeguard high quality of accepted papers.
Athens is the gateway to Greece, both ancient and modern. Sprawling at the feet of the holy rock of the Acropolis with its monuments symbolizing everlasting spiritual values, modern Athens, a bustling metropolis, retains its unbreakable links with its glorious past and traditions. Its marked privileges as a conference venue include:
The conference is scheduled to run in the week 15-19 June 2020 in Athens, Greece.
The programme will balance in the right proportions high-quality paper presentations, high calibre keynote speeches, industrial visits, a varied social program exploiting the natural and cultural treasures of Athens as well as a taste of the greek way of enjoying life.
1 15 November 2019
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